All too often, evaluation is an end-of-process step at best or ignored at worst. Sometimes, because of the way professionals in our field are organized in the workplace, evaluation is considered someone else’s responsibility. But knowing the desired outcomes and impact from training is critical to informing more meaningful instructional design. This session approaches instructional design from an evaluation perspective and offers a model for designing more impactful training programs by starting with the evaluation in mind. This gives you greater credibility when demonstrating the value you provide to the business leaders you support. This program is intended to be a practical application session, so please bring a learning program you are in the process of designing, will be designing, or think will be needed or helpful in the future. By attending this session, you will be able to:
- Use evaluation tools to inform instructional design strategies.
- Create learning activities that are linked to desired impact.
- Deliver an evaluation plan with every instructional design package.
ATD Capabilities Developed:
- Developing Professional Capability
- Instructional Design
- Evaluating Impact;
- Impacting Org Capability
Kristopher J. Newbauer, Ed.M, MHRM, SPHR, CPTD, CPT
CHRO/Head of Global People & Talent
Rotary International & The Rotary Foundation
Kristopher Newbauer is head of global people and talent at Rotary International, the world's oldest (and one of the largest) humanitarian service club organization. Kristopher is a past president of the International Accreditors Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and continues to serve on its board, specifically is the 2021-23 Chair. He holds a master of education in global human resource development from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a master of human resource management (MHRM). He holds certificates in human resources from Cornell University and DePaul University. Kristopher served on the adjunct faculty of human resources development, department of educational leadership in the College of Education at Northeastern Illinois University. He previously served on the adjunct faculty of the department of education policy, organization, and leadership in the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He was selected as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Global HR Leaders by the World HRD Congress in February 2018 in Mumbai, India, he received the Distinguished Service Award from the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) in August 2018, and he was honored by Crain’s as a Notable Leader in Human Resources in 2020.
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